The applicant's complaint that he was illegally deprived of his liberty by the authorities of the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika, convicted by an illegal court and detained in inhuman conditions was successfully considered in the case. The case involved violations of the requirements of Article 3 and Article 5, paragraph 1 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights.
In 2002, the applicant was assisted in preparing the аpplication. Subsequently, the аpplication was communicated to the Russian Federation.
In his complaint, the applicant complained that he had been illegally deprived of his liberty by the authorities of the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika, convicted by an illegal court and detained in inhuman conditions.
On 17 October 2017, on a complaint lodged by the applicant, the European Court held, by six votes to one, that in this case the authorities of the Republic of Moldova did not violate any provisions of the Convention, and the authorities of the Russian Federation violated the requirements of Article 3 of the Convention (prohibition of torture), article 5, paragraph 1 Of the Convention (right to liberty and security of person), and obliged the Government of the Russian Federation to pay the applicant EUR 22,000 in respect of non-pecuniary damage. Judge D. Dedov (elected from the Russian Federation) expressed a special dissenting opinion on this case.
The ECHR judgment of 17 October 2017 in the case "Draci v. Republic of Moldova and the Russian Federation" (аpplication No. 5349/02).